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The most famous and most magnificent amphitheatre of Rome was built in the 1st century.
The world's most famous citadel, the Acropolis of Athens was built in the 5th century BC, during the Age of Pericles.
The ´Temple of all gods´ was built during the reign of the Roman Emperor Hadrian.
These Palaeolithic statuettes probably symbolise fertility and prosperity.
The Olympian gods in ancient Greek mythology were as diverse as humans.
The theatre that has a distinctive shape and excellent acoustics was situated at the side of the Acropolis in Athens.
The ancient Roman arena became well-known for the chariot races held here.
Today only one of the Wonders of the Ancient World is still intact: the Pyramids of Giza.
The step pyramid, built in the 27th century BC, was the first pyramid in Egypt.
As a result of the revolutionary advances in the Neolithic, settling human communities established the first lasting settlements.
The Doric, Ionic and Corinthian order of columns are different in size and ornamentation as well.
According to Homer’s epic, Odysseus’ Stratagem caused the loss of Troy.
Wealthy citizens in ancient Rome owned large houses with varied layouts of several rooms.
A series of fortifications built to prevent incursions from northern nomadic groups.
The Giza Necropolis is the only one of the Ancient wonders still intact.
An average Egyptian dwelling consisted of regularly arranged rooms.
The world famous monument in England still poses mysteries for archaeologist.
The average house in Ancient Greece had a rectangular, geometrical floor plan and two storeys.
The largest bronze-age building complex of ancient Crete was probably the centre of Minoan civilisation.
The masterpieces of ancient Greek potters are important archaeological artefacts.